The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 298, Ed. 1 Monday, June 14, 1937 Page: 4 of 4
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A Movie Fan
Miss Diefenderfer Becomes Bride of Carter
McKemy on Occasion Parent’s Anniversary
\ The marriage of Miss Mary
Diefenderfer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. F. E. Diefenderfer, 616
West Hull street, to Carter Me-
Kemy, son of Charles McKemy.
was informally solemnized Satur-
day evening at 8 o’clock at the
home of the bride's parents. The
'occasion was made doubly inter-
esting due to Che thirtieth wed-
ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
t Itev. Paul Cardwell, pastor of
the Trinity Methodist church anti
a close friend of the family, of-
ficiated at the ring ceremony.
Prefacing the ceremony Misses
Martha Lee and Evelyn Earnest
sang Victor Herbert’s "Ah, Sweet
Mystery of Life.” Mrs. S. V.
Earnest was seated at the piano
and later played as wedding
march “Salute de Armour” (El-
1 The bride, given in marriagt
by her father, was dressed in a
white floral taffeta frock made
redingote style with long jacket
of mousseline de soie and having
a Queen Ann collar. Her bon-
<]uet was of rosebuds and fever-
few and she carried a white lac
Miss Dixie Diefenderfer of Ok
lahoma, sister of the bride, was
maid of honor and wore pink ta
feta. Her bouquet was of white
daisies tied with satin ribbon.
Ralph Douglas was best man.
The Misses Earnest wore white
satin frocks made bolero style with
corsage of daisies and snapdvag
ons. Mrs. Diefenderfer w»-
gowned in blue crepe with cor
sage of sweetpeas and daisies.
Mrs. Earnest wore orchid lace
and also had on a e.o
' A reception was held after the
nuptials. Mrs. Claude Easterly
presided at the bride’s book. Miss-
es Jennie and Rachel Watson re
ceived at the door.
Mrs. McKemy, assisted by Mrs.
P. G. Gill, cut her bridal cake
which was served with punch by
Mrs. Walter Bryant Martha Jane
Gill, Hazel Hagans, .Mary Eliza-
beth and Frances Casey dispensed
Mr. and Mrs. McKemy h
gone north on a wedding trip
She chose for the occasion a navy-
blue ensemble with blue and
white accessories. On their ri
turn to Denison he will go to
San Ansclmo, Calif., to enter tlhd
San Francisco Theological Semi-
nary to study for the ministry.
His bride will join hint there in a
Mrs. McKemy graduated from
the high school and since then has
been prominently associated in-
club and church work. She has
resigned as secretary of the East-
ern Stars; superintendent of the
young people’s department of the
First Presbyterian church ar if
secretary of the Voting people’-
1 Afr. McKemy received his B
A. degree front Austin college
this spring. He will be in Cali-
fornia for several years In pre-
paring for the ministry.
Among wedding guests who a'
tended the marriage of Mrs. Dief
enderfer thirty years ago wor
Misses'Jennie and Rachel WrtUn.
and Miss Clara Robin-on.
The groom is a giaduate of the
King City, Mo., high school. He
bas been a resident of this com-
munity for the past three years
and is editor and publisher oJ
the Tom Bean Times.
MURRAY MARSHALL HAS
THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER
Murray Marshall, who is spend-
ing the summer with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Marsha,1,
preached for the Church of Christ
in Caddo, O-kla. Sunday and will
continue to fill the pulpit there’
ne Sunday of ea.-h month. He
also has an appointment at Wil-
low Springs and will spend next
Sunday in that city.
LAWN PARTY TUESDAY
AT MUNSON RESIDENCE
The Westminister class of First
Presbyterian church will have a
covered dish supper Tueday eve-
ning at 7 o’clock at the home of
the teacher, Mrs. W. B. Munson
•Ir.. 1130 West Bond street. The
committee in charge includes Mrs.
Clyde Wideman, .Mrs. Lola Ban-
seam, Miss Dovie Mae Arnold and
Mrs. Mary Nemic.
Viands will be spread on ta
Ides placed on the lawn. Every'
member is asked to be present.
WHITE ROSE GROVE
TO MAKE TENTATIVE
PLANS OR CONCLAVE
White Rose Grove No. 4.
Woodmen Circle, will have a
meeting this evening at 7:30 un-
der direction of Mrs. Vesta
Drumb, guardian. Mrs. Kathleen
Ganter will lead the drill team in
vraetice. Plans will he made for
'.he trip to Omaha, Neb., within a
"ThU !• My Affair”—-From an
original screen play by Allen Riv-
kin and Lnmar Trottij Produced
by Darryl F. Zanucki Directed by
William . A. Seiter; released by
Cast—Robert Taylor, Barbara
Stanwyck, Victor McLaglen, Brian
Don'evy, Sidney Blackmer, John
Carrad ne, Alan Dinehart, Robert
McWade, Sig Rumann, Douglas
Fowley, Frank Conroy.
She Has Competition
PASTOR AND WIFE WILL
BE COMPLIMENTED WITH
Rev. and Mrs. Paul Cardwell
will b,- complimented with a re-
ception by members of the Trinity
Methodist ,-hurch Wednesday eve-
ning. The occasion will be the
thirteenth wedding anniversary
of the Cardwells. A gala pro-
gram has been arranged.
While “This Is My Affair,” at
the Rialto for the last times to-
day, fails to come up to standard
in respect to what one might ex-
pect, it gives one or two players,
not stars, a chance to show their
capabilities, overshadowing the
performance of the leading ac-
Chief among these is Sidney
Blackmer, given the role of Teddy
Roosevelt. While we know noth-
ing of this great Roosevelt ex-
cept what we hake read, Black-
mer makes one suspect he must
have been a very forceful and
brilliant man. It is only regret-
ted he was not shown more dur-
ing the film.
Taylor, the pretty boy of the
films, does much better than one
expects, about the same as on,
Barbara Stanwyck, who may or
may not he an actress. Evidently
the film people think so, or else
they are trying to get everything
they can out of her contract.
Even without those two “This Is
My Affair” would be n good mel-
Victor McLaglen, always good
for some laughs and acting, takes
the show as far as we are con-
cerned, followed closely by Black-
mer and Brian Donlevy.
Depicting a youth sent on a
mission by President McKinley
to determine who is at the head of
a bank robbing gang, Taylor is
caught with them and sentenced
to hang. Expecting to he re-
leased by the President. Taylor
barely mfsses the noose after the
Chief Executive is assasinated. On-
ly through the efforts of 'Miss
Stanwyck is the favorite saved
front the gallows—maybe it
would have been better for her
to have kept her finger nut of
the hangmen’s pie.
Nevertheless, ‘‘This Is My Af-
fair” will prove much more inter-
esting to fans than they expect
—if they don’t expect too much
It is a fairly pleasing film, and
t'he Rialto is pretty cool.—G. A.
The DenUun Garden Clui, will
hold its las: meeting of the year
Friday at the Woodlake cabin <f
Mrs. I. E. Miller . A picnic lunch
will be spread and Mrs. R. E.
Hutchison will speak on "The
Garden „■ an Outdoor Living
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Strick-
land , *' Cherry Mound announce
the birth of a s<>n Thursday.
Mrs. C. II. Duckworth, 1101
West Chestnut street, has gone to
Wichita Falls for a visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Watts.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ashburn Jr.
and daughter, Sandra, returned
Sunday from a week’s visit in
Kansas City with Mrs. Ashburn’s
Jean Mtlir Is shown with Warren Hull, who with Beverly Roberts,
shares starring honors in "Her Husband's Secretary," coming to the
Rialto theatre foi Tuesday consumption only.
"The established conditions of
local co-operation, therefore, of-
War pilot, and his youthful ob-
server, w hom he suspects of steal-
ing his wife’s affection in “The
far real obstacles to progress in W oman 1 Love,” at the Rialto
the construction of reservoirs, the ! theatre Wednesday and Thursday
benefits from which are. far-, IRKO Radio screen drama, co-star-
reaching and frequently inter-1 ling Paul Muni anil Miriam Hop-
state in character. These conch- j kins, with Louis Hayward in fea-
tiens merit serious legislative con j lured support,
ideration. They should not be s • Using the exploits of a French
difficult to meet as to prevent J Air squadron a. a background
the execution of the program.
Any return from the- reservoirs in
the development of power, from
1he utilization of the stored water
and of the reservoir lands for
any purpose, should certainly a<-
crue to the Untied States if th
' , no Woman I Love” is the sto-
ry of a French Pilot, Muni, and
h s ob.-erver Hayward, who are
the closest of friends, but love
1 h-» same woman, Miriam Hopkins
Hayward after a furlough to
1 ar.s finally discovers he ha-
United States hear the entire cost' fallen desperately in love with his
of the work-
possibilities should be recognized.
Discretionary authority should b1
vested in the Secretary of Wa
host friend’s wife, which seriously
Investigation Finished j complicates their relations when
The potential conservation he returns to the front for "the
big drive” on the Germans.
The sory in its original form
was a novel, “ L’Equipago,” by
to approve the design and con j Joseph Kessel, which enjoyed the
struct-ion of the dams to permit I distinction of a best-seller in
their enlargement at a later date j France. It was produced as a
to provide conservation storage ’ motion picture in France, and has
where such storage appears to been adapted f r the American
“.......,r,L: ' creen version by Anthony Veiller
have value. This authorization
should include the provision of
penstocks as reservoir site present
possibilities for the development
of hydro-electric power.”
Alarkham’ recommendation is
timely because the army engin-
eer corps investigation of Denison
Dam has been completed and the.
and Ethel Borden. Anatole Lit-
vnk d.rccted both pictures.
ROMANTIC PAIR TEAMED
AGAIN FOR NEW DRAMA
A young doctor’s dilenfma, whe-
ther to accept a fee from a pn
report, with recommendations, is I ticnt. forbidden by his oath, or
being reviewed by the division * lose the woman he loves, is the
engineer at Vicksburg, Miss, It tory of "Internes Can’t Take
will be f„rwarded to Washington
and to Congress as -non as t'he
division engineers complete their
review. The survey was made un-
der $500,000 WPA grant to the
corps of army engineer and Capt.
Lester F. Rhodes, who directed
it, is in Washington.
DENISON 62 YEARS AGO -
(Continued From Pag, n
The \\ B A. and Juniors will
have a picnic at Loy Park Thurp-
Ifty, leaving early in cars for
breakfast on the picnic grounds.
city where oil has uce,, tried
use has been discontinued.
The most remarkable theft
have heard of for a long time was!
TOM BEAN PUBLISHER
MARRIES IN CHURCH
RITES FRIDAY NIGHT
TOM BEAN—The marriage of
Miss Jeanelle Burkett, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burkett,
and Donald B. Bryant, son of J.
S. Bryant of King City, Mu.. wa;
solemnized Friday at 8 p. in. a'
the First Baptist church.
' The Rev. C. Chumbley of Ilowe
performed thu ring ceremony be-
fore the altar decorated with
ferns, red roses and cape jasmine.
Mrs. Dean Forrest of Jackson-
ville sang “I Love You Truly,"
accompanied by Miss Dolly Shaw
of Van Alstyne who al-n played
the wedding march.
The Gride, who was given in
marrinRe by her father, chose
fclue crepe with hat and acre.*
ssories to match. She carried «
bouquet of white rose buds.
> The bridesmaids were Miss Nell
Mulky and Mis* Dorothy Shaw.
I Warner LovelL attended the
groom as best man.
i Mrs. Bryant Is a 1936 graduate
of the Tom Bean high school. Sbd
bras the valedictor!** of
MiTUBtt i a..... .
Mi's. C. E. .McCoy, district dep-
uty of Ka-tiwn Sip' M -hex
official visit to ’’ > • Vridoy
light and ir,, | classes in
ritua -,- -,nd on the
Mr<. \. Wagner and Miss
Grace Wagner, 70't West Monter-
ey street are visiting in Los An-
geles with their daughter and
sister, Mrs. M. ,|. Fielding and
Mr. ami Mi's. K. I. Proi'itt of
Fort Worth have concluded a
visit in Denison with relatives.
They returned home via Dallai
for a three-day stay at the expo-
Mr. ami Mrs. >|. H. Profit',
spent Sunday in Dallas visiting
Money,” the drama with Barbara
Stanwyck and Joel McCrea which
opens on Friday at the Rialto
McCrea, an interne, is offered
money by a grateful patient. With
it McCrea would be able to mar-
j ry Miss Stanwyck, whom he loves,
| and she wolud be able to find her
j child by u previous marriage,
j had been taken from her,
| Alias Stanwyck is unable to re-
its eoncile McCt'ea’s apparent love foi
| her <>"d the fact that he refuses
"e. 10 help her, and they part.
I heir destinies are worked out
(continued from page one)
! committed in this city. There was by Lloyd Nolan, a ganglcader, who
| a death in the family of a man applies underworld tactics to the
--------, pn*aged in business on Main ironing out of a difficult social
voirs falls in a different category strect As customary, the store problem and does it most effect-
LAST TIMES TODAY
because benefits from the latter was closed and the undertaker at- ively,
are not local, but far-reuching. | tached crepe to the door. That “Interne’s Can’t Take Money”
Obstacle* are Cited i ni8ht lhc m'Pc' "a* stolen. It is the third film in which Miss
That view is particularly perti- musl have been a white person Stanwyck and McCrea appear as
nent to the Denison reservoir as ."'ho stole it; a negro is loo su-
it would dam an intersta’e i perstitious to app oprint - an em-
stream and its flood protection ! hlem of death,
benefits would accrue to citizens J believe that Denison, from
downstream in Arkansas an l . a sanitary point, is the cleanest
Louisann. As the boundary be- J c‘ty 'n Texas. Clean up lias a
tween Texas and Oklahoma, Red ( meaning to it at last.
River flood protection also would
accrue to citizen of Oklahoma. PILOT AND OBSERVER
Developing 'his thoughts on th/.t LOVF. SAME GIRL
problem Genera] Markham wrote:!
“While it is unquestionably de-1 The terrifying crash of their
suable that the State or loca.’ | faPtain’s eombat p’ane averts a
interests furnish the lands, ..
must he recognized that a number |
of the States may not provide'
the lands for some of the reser- /a VB LAST
voirs herein recommended with a * All DAY
consequent reduction in the ef- WILL|POWELL
“THIS IS MY AFFAIR”
scene between a French World j
fcctive capacity of the system as
'Missej Lucille and VBne Kirk-
land visited the Pan-Americar.
Exposition in Dal’a Sunday.
Miss Elizabeth Humps** re-
turned home Sunday night from
a visit with relatives in Greenville.
Mias E.slyn Coilkll Ha ;.
guest at the Pan American Expo-
sition in Dallas Sunday.
Miss Ruth Bad-get has retum-
h*r ed from a visit at th* Exposition
Clean Out Acids
Th® only your body can clean out
“AFTER THE THIN MAN”
THE TRIANGLE THAT
STARTS IN BUSINESS AND
ENDS IN HEART-BREAKI
kVett .star -ml m o n TlVy ,* d • P c aT# CIS'.
5*y tuboa or fllt«ra, bat bawsra of chaap, j
drastic, irritating drugs. If functional 1
Kidnay or Bladder disorder* make you
’uOr from Getting Up Nights, Narvoue-
»«*•*. t.0g Pain. Hackatha. Circles Under
«*oa, Ulsaintaa, nn«un«*ue tie turn, av.u
’ty. Burning, Smarting or Itching, don’t
taka chants* Get th* Do (ft ora guaran
taad prescription called Cyatet tfllsa-
r«*>. Works f*st, aafs and aura. In 41
• pupa It must bring new vitality, and Is
guaranteed to As you up lb ons waak,or
mqaay back an raturn of tmoty paokaaa.
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
< M jiiavvi'i-iA
“Dancing on the Ceiling”
Hither And Yon .
I believe I could go on forever
talking bout the King Tut display
in the Museum in Cairo. There
are just a few more things I must
mention, including ivory and in-
laid pen-stocks and colored pig-
ments that served as ink in those
days, to inscribe the sacred papy-
rus of which we saw rolls and
rolls, too numerous to mention.
'ered with solid gold. This
laritciilar Item is considered the
main treasure of the Tutankha-
men collection. Imagine the sen-
sation of being permitted to sit,
tho even for one moment, In the
throne chair of a Pharoah of over
3000 years ago.
Fought in 3 Minutes
___ ___________ . By dissolving and removing mucuB or
The tiny model boats much like Asthma attacks*11?” doctor’s^prescr^ptloa
. , , Mendai-o removes the
, . j incnuDiu icuiurco vauoo »/a jrvu*
those we still try to made today no J10 110 MiniAb-
„ ,. , . . Bolutely tasteless. Starts work in S minutes,
for radio or mantel ornamenta- Sleep soundly tonight. Soon feel well, years
tion. Implements of ancient war- am.cBd'cumpkacwmoney
back. If your drugnlst Is out ask him to
order Mendaco for you. Don't suflu r another
fare-—every type and description,
including javelins, arrow-bags,
sacrifice knives and boomerangs
of wicked proportions. Tool
boxes. Umbrellas not exactly like
the modern parasol, but neverthe-
less a sun-shade by no mistake.
A littile gadget that was used to
measure cloth by Egyptian tailors.)
Seeds and even bread that was|
found in the tomb, as well as tho j
skeleton of a cow—a most sacred
animal in Egypt. One was al-
ways buried with a dead master,)
supposedly to help feed his
order M.mliico rur you. Don’t sun-
day. The L’uuraiUt-e protects you.
SHE LOST 20
POUNDS OF FAT
Teel full of pap and poasaaa th*
slender form you crave—you ean’t
It you listen to gosslpers.
To tak* off excess fat go light on
fatty meats, butter, cream and sug-
ary aweeta — eat more fruit and
vegetables and tak* a half teaapoon-
., ful of Kruschen Salta In a glass of
souij hot water every morning to ellmt-
in passing from this word to an-: aat* excess waits. ^
,. , , . , j. „ Mra. Elma Verlll* of Havre d*
other. A unique chair made from' ar»CBj Md., writes: “I took off »
the preserved wood of the date1 >ba.—my clothes lit me fine new."
, ,, ,, , . , I No drastlo cathartics—no const!*
palm. Many other chairs of vnr*;
ious types, in ebony and ivory.
These are all surpassed however,
by the magnificent throne chair1 _,
which is carved of wood, then
nation—but blissful dally bowst ao-l
'ton when you take your little dally
tin** of Kruschen.
"Did ihi toorfc*
„ YOU „
. TRY IT7 .,
Afler more than three months
of suffering from a nervous ail-
ment, Miss Glivar used Dr. Miles
Nervine which gave her such
splendid results that she wrots
us an enthusiastic letter.
1/ you suffer from "Nerve*.”
If you lie awake nights,
start at sudden noises, tire
easily, are cranky, bins and
fidgety, your nerves are
probably out of order.
t}uiet and relax them with tho
same medicine that “did tho
work’’ for this Colorado girL
Whether your “Nerve*” have
troubled you for hours or for
years, you’llf find this time-
tested remedy effective.
At Drug Stores 25c and $1.00.
'k T DR. MILES'
X W LIQUID
the romantic couple. The others-
were “Gambling Lady” and
“Banjo on My Knee.” Nolan is
best remembered for his portray- j
al of the “heavy” role in “The
Texas Hangers”. The cast also in- j
eludes Stanley Ridges, Lee Bow-
man, Barry Malcolm, Irving Ba-1
con, Anthony Nuce, Fay Holden I
and many others. The picture
wi: directed by Alfred Santell.
Our new tube tester is the latest, most
modern instrument put out by Burton
Rogers It tells you the truth about your
DENISON RADIO SERVICE
YOU WILL FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE AT PIGCLY WIGGLY EVERY~D \Y AND r'gVvftiiD
DIVIDEND. “CUSTOMER S PAY DAY" POR M 'Y IS POSTED fN THE STORAGE?'” OUR
BORDEN’S “ROSE BRAND"
4 SMALL . CANS
2 LARGE.. CANS
at the Price
48 Lb. Sack $1.25
24 Lb. Sack 65c
3 for 20c
6 B°jc 4 t
Carton i OC
|\ Granulated Sacks
P and G
Giant 0 „
Bars 3 for
2 for 19c
DR. PRICES ICE CREAM
30c size Snuff
Granger Rough Cut
5c size 4c
10c size 9c
3 for 25c
All 5c bag tobacco
All 10c Bag Tobacco
5c Plug* 2 for 0
10c Plug* 3 for 25c
BLACK-EYEED PEAS Lb 5c | Fresh Corn 6 large Ears 25c
2 lbs. 5c
Q Ljf«e Cp
*3 Bunches JU
OKRA, Lb. 20c Fresh CUCUMBERS 1c Each
~ SAVE ON YOUR TOBACCO NEEDS!
PRICES EFFECTIVE TU ESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
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